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  • The impact of African Swine Fever on the global market

    China’s faltering pork industry as a result of African Swine Fever could create long-lasting impacts on the global market. In this Managing for Profit, Arlan Suderman with INTL FC Stone […]

  • Illinois farmer changing his planting strategy

    A northwestern Illinois farmer says for the first time he’s planting soybeans before corn. David North farms 500 acres in Galva, Illinois. He tells Brownfield he has been waiting for the right […]

  • FARM program considering medication, dehorning guidelines

    Dairy producers might have to follow new guidelines for pain management and disbudding calves under the Farmers Assuring Responsible Management or FARM program next year.  Emily […]

  • KDUZ Farm Forum

    Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Mark Dorenkamp will be on the ground in Hutchinson, Minnesota for the KDUZ Farm Forum on Thursday, May 30th. Continue reading KDUZ Farm Forum at Brownfield Ag News. […]

  • African Swine Fever could reshape global trade

    An economist says the faltering Chinese pork industry as a result of African Swine Fever could reshape global trade.  Arlan Suderman with INTL FC Stone says according to their in-country […]

  • Property tax reform is focus of Nebraska hearing

    A proposal to increase the state sales tax rate to help fund property tax relief was the focus of a legislative hearing Wednesday at the Nebraska State Capitol. The Revenue Committee bill would […]

  • Today, Tomorrow, and the Long View Ep. 1

    Having a strong relationship with your banker is one of the most important aspects of farm lending – especially in today’s ag economy as farmers face a low-margin commodity price […]

  • Logistics is the challenge in supplying anhydrous ammonia

    A fertilizer transportation specialist says anhydrous ammonia is hard to get because of logistical issues. “The issue has not been of product availability to this point,” said Chris […]

  • Governor Parson asks for federal disaster declaration

    Governor Mike Parson has asked President Trump to approve a disaster declaration for 13 Missouri counties so they can get federal assistance for flood recovery. The Governor says he expects the […]

  • South Dakota farmer anticipates being behind

    The latest wet weather has a Great Plains farmer concerned about how much longer he’ll be unable to do fieldwork. “That has everything at a standstill,” said Paul Hetland, […]

  • Ernst urges end to tariffs and ratification of USMCA

    Iowa U.S. Senator Joni Ernst says pressure must be put on members of the U.S. House to pass the USMCA. Ernst, at the Tariffs Hurt the Heartland town hall at Kinze Manufacturing today, said tariffs […]

  • Cattle futures lower on technical pressure

    At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle futures stumbled on technical pressure and weak wholesale values.  Feeder cattle futures were lower on technical selling and lack of demand […]

  • Taiwan trade trip yields $15.6 million in sales

    USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service Administrator says his current mission to Taiwan has nothing to do with current trade talks with China. Ken Isley, completing the third day of the trip, told […]

  • Milk futures lower, cash dairy mixed

    Milk futures on the Chicago Mercantile closed lower at midweek as traders gave back some overbought positions. April Class III milk down a penny at $15.91.  May down three cents at […]

  • Dairy industry seeking whole milk in new nutritional standards

    The National Dairy Council is hopeful new research on whole milk fat could change the USDA’s nutrition guidelines for 2020. Dr. Greg Miller says research shows dairy products regardless of […]

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